[SATLUG] Time Warner Cable

Me ftm at satx.rr.com
Mon May 23 17:20:52 CDT 2011


Does anyone have experience with CLEAR?  I was curious about their service
and availability?  Most of the channels offered by the cable companies are
available online and can fairly easily be routed to your TV set.

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Of Aaron Hackney
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2011 4:36 PM
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Subject: Re: Re: [SATLUG] Time Warner Cable

On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 3:50 PM,  <gbear14275 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello SATLUG,
>
> I pay 40.99 for the top tier cable internet plan with Time Warner 
> Cable month to month... and nothing more. I've found with netflix, 
> hulu and other video offerings available online... who needs cable. 
> I'll sign back up when it makes sense to me... but that probably wont 
> be till all-vid adapters or FTTH at the least.

I cut the satellite cord last year and did my viewing through "other means"
and the basic networks on the cable-box-less cable that gets fed with my
cable Internet.  I have recently bought a Boxee Box and the new firmware is
amazing. The "channels" lineup is great and the selection and offering is
incredible IMHO. Plus the full qwerty remote is great. I'm relying on my
SAbnzbd+ server less and less now :)


>
> I would like to know if anyone is on GVTC and how their fiber offering 
> is? I just moved from Syracuse to here and miss the $179.99/mo 20/20 
> business class FIOS I was on.
>
> And yes... I would believe it very much that cable companies would 
> inhibit municipalities from getting into the ISP business... too much 
> money and power in that market to let it go easily. Personally I think 
> the infrastructure and content should be separated like with your 
> traditional phone. Don't like your carrier? call and switch and keep 
> all the same equipment, just change who you pay.
>
> Very Respectfully,
> Garrett Heaton
>
> PS Any body to freelance LAMP work? Looking for a sysadmin and/or 
> developer to maintain a low volume online text based gaming site...
>
> On , MKDavis Jr <gtmo321 at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>
>> Thank you to those of you who shared your thought and insights. Time 
>> Warner channel 23 is now one of the c-span that I apparently 
>> previously enjoyed.
>
>> My concern is with absence of choice in the move and the arbitrary 
>> action of Time Warner. What ever I programs I had - is it not 
>> reasonable to expect to keep them if they are still available?
>
>> ISP speed - we are slower than what Country(es)? Why?
>
>> Do I/we have options - AT&T is my other option - For the life of me, 
>> I've never believed that the copper wired TELCo could deliver 
>> meaningful INTERNET speed over slightly twisted pairs that was installed
in my house in 1978.
>> Fiber is the answer, however AT&T appear to betting their future on 
>> 'wireless'. Is it true that some is Austin, who claim to hate big 
>> government is actively trying to prevent local government from 
>> getting in the internet provider game for their citizens?
>
>
>
>> Is it true that "The american consumer will tolerate anything and pay 
>> for the privilege"? Egypt anyone - Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter 
>> bubbles" | Video on TED.com.
>
>
>
>> Mike
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>> On 05/17/2011 02:32 PM, Nate wrote:
>
>
>> OT
>
>> Is there anyone else out there who is paying a princely sum and 
>> don'ta want digital box..so much for cable deregulation and "more 
>> competition". I received this from Time Warner cable when I noticed 
>> that the c-span channels went missing:
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>> I think we need a definition for 'princely sum.' I pay $125+tax for 
>> 1-cable box; 1-dvr; all the channels except HBO, Showtime, etc.; home 
>> phone; internet (20Mbs down, 5Mbs up). Others may consider that 
>> highway robbery, but I think that is a fair price for what I get. 
>> What I don't like is the two-year contract I had to agree to so that 
>> I would get that price, but as long as the price is fixed there shouldn't
be a problem.
>
>
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>> Keep in mind that if you aren't happy with your service, depending on 
>> where you live, there are options - AT&T, DirecTV, Dish, Grande, etc.
>
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>> Now, if you want to talk about princely sums, lets talk about the 
>> mobile telcos...
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>
>> ~Nate
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>
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